My Cool Allotment: An Inspirational Guide to Stylish Allotments and Community Gardens

My Cool Allotment: An Inspirational Guide to Stylish Allotments and Community Gardens

Hardback My Cool

By (author) Lia Leendertz, Photographs by Mark Diacono

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  • Publisher: PAVILION BOOKS
  • Format: Hardback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 196mm x 231mm x 20mm | 454g
  • Publication date: 18 April 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1862059667
  • ISBN 13: 9781862059665
  • Illustrations note: Over 300 images
  • Sales rank: 86,410

Product description

An allotment is one of the best - and cheapest ways - of getting hold of valuable gardening space to grow your own produce, along with being sociable places, great for meeting like-minded people. This stylish book is the fifth title in the highly successful My Cool series and is packed with gorgeous photography and plenty of planting advice. The book takes a peak at allotments and community gardens from all walks of life: from the historic Edgbaston Guinea Gardens in Birmingham, the hortillonnages or floating gardens in Amiens to an artist's rooftop garden in Brussels. Themes include Historic, A Feast of Flowers, Community, Growing inside the Box, Edible Jungle, Food from Home, By Water, Fruit and a Quick Getaway.

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Lia is a freelance garden writer who shares an allotment with several friends near her home in Bristol. A regular contributor to The Guardian and The Telegraph, she is a long-time advocate of organic and community growing, and has written many books on the subject. She has an award-winning blog, Midnight Brambling. An award-winning writer and photographer, Mark Diacono led the garden team at River Cottage and appearing in the TV series, Mark continues to run courses and events at River Cottage HQ. He was Garden Journalist of the Year at the Garden Media Awards in 2011 and has collaborated with Lia Leendertz on previous books.